IPCC Tethering Hack Blocked on iPhone OS 3.1b2

IPCC Tethering Hack Blocked on iPhone OS 3.1b2

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Apple has blocked the IPCC tethering hack used to activate iPhone tethering on the AT&T network, according to a TUAW report.

TUAW has learned that, with the release of iPhone OS 3.1 beta 2, tethering via the IPCC hack no longer works for AT&T customers. While iPhone OS 3.0 provides support for tethering, AT&T has yet to officially support it. As a workaround to obtain tethering (as well as MMS for some), some users have modified their carrier files (IPCC). As of 3.1 beta 2, this no longer works.

Those who need tethering may want to avoid the 3.1 update when it becomes available.

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IPCC Tethering Hack Blocked on iPhone OS 3.1b2
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Marcus Henry
Marcus Henry - July 15, 2009 at 9:24am
No, its not! My tethering works fine. On ATT in US, iPhone 3GS running 3.1beta.
Nick
Nick - July 15, 2009 at 9:30am
Did you update to the new 3.1 beta 2? It is apparently only on the second release of the 3.1 software that it will block the tethering. If all else fails, there is always PDANet since I would imagine that all of you guys have your iPhone's jailbroken.
Ryan
Ryan - July 15, 2009 at 12:07am
Lol that doesn' suprise me at all... I live with tethering (20 GIGS this month!) There's no way i'm gonna update now.
s2
s2 - July 15, 2009 at 12:29am
You've used 20gig in a month! Have you seen any extra charges to you bill? You're on at&t right?
Ryan
Ryan - July 15, 2009 at 12:35am
Yes im on att. ive been using tethering for a couple months now cuz i dont have internet at home. and why pay more if i already have fast internet right? but no ive had no additional charges to my account. but i cnat say that you wont. but if youre gonna do it do it soon before the hack doesn't work anymore!
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